Post-doc at Örebrö University
Mobile robotic, vision (especially related to robotics) and maching learning.
Henrik Andreasson is a Post-doc at the Mobile Robots and Olfaction Lab (MRO) in the Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS). He is the author/co-authir of about 60 referred confrence papers and journal publications. He pushlished the book: Camera based Navigation by Mobile Robots (VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, 2009). He supervised 3 PhDs and 3 post-docs.
Rituerto, A., Andreasson, H., Murillo, A. C., Lilienthal, A. & Jesus Guerrero, J., 2016. “Building an Enhanced Vocabulary of the Robot Environment with a Ceiling Pointing Camera”, Sensors, 16 (4).
- Mansouri, M., Andreasson, H., and Pecora, F., 2016. “Hybrid Reasoning for Multi-Robot Drill Plan-ning in Open-Pit Mines”. Acta Polytechnica, 56, 1, p. 47-56.
- Andreasson, H., et al., 2015.“Autonomous Transport Vehicles: Where We Are and What Is Missing”. IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 22, 1, p. 64-75.
- Cirillo, M., Pecora, F., Andreasson, H., Uras, T., and Koenig, S., 2014. Integrated Motion Planning and Coordination for Industrial Vehicles. Proc. of the 24th Int’l Conf.on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS).
- Mosberger, R., Andreasson, H., and Lilienthal, A., 2014. “A Customized Vision System for Tracking Humans Wearing Reflective Safety Clothing from Industrial Vehicles and Machinery”. Sensors, 14(10):17952-80 (a commercial product based on these results is planned to be released in spring 2017).